17 February 2021

February Power Hour: How do your comms measure up?

Free one-hour webinar to help you link your comms to ROI, employee satisfaction and more.

For many brands, Covid-19 has drawn back the curtain on their real employee experience. And with more CEO’s understanding the value of employee engagement, many IC and HR pros are finally getting a bigger seat at the top table.

Want to keep this coveted spot, secure sizeable budgets and increase your influence at C-Suite level? Simple. Just make the connection to ROI, employee turnover, customer satisfaction…

Join Strategist Jodi Venton Harvey for our free, upcoming Power Hour on measurement, and discover:

  • What to measure, how to measure it and share the results
  • How to use certain metrics to prove how successful campaigns affect business objectives
  • The benefits of measurement when negotiating budget and resource changes
  • How to demonstrate the impact of employee engagement to senior stakeholders who don’t really ‘get it’, or see it as ‘fluffy’
  • Simple tips for basic measurement that you can start using today
  • More sophisticated frameworks that link all of the data already at your fingertips

Get your tickets here.

  • Wednesday 24 February | 08:00-09:00 GMT
  • Friday 26 February | 13:00-14:00 GMT

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